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Chuck Krepley
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  • Waynesboro, PA
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King Bennett left a comment for Chuck Krepley
"Hey Chuck, I am coming up to look for a house in the Berg next week, I hope all is well.  King"
Mar 11, 2013
King Bennett and Chuck Krepley are now friends
Mar 11, 2013
Chuck Krepley and Mike Wilkins are now friends
Jul 6, 2012
Chuck Krepley and Roberta Perkins are now friends
Nov 20, 2011
Ian Bell left a comment for Chuck Krepley
"Hi Chuck, I haven't forgotten about coping those old Elias Howe fiddle books for you. I'm going to see if I can scan them into a PDF. Once it's August I'll have a little more time for this sort of thing. Ian"
Jul 25, 2011
Chuck Krepley and Ian Bell are now friends
Jul 7, 2011
Chuck Krepley and John Masciale are now friends
Jul 4, 2011
Chuck Krepley and A.N. Chase are now friends
Jul 2, 2011
Lucas Bowman left a comment for Chuck Krepley
"Oi! It was a wonderful weekend, despite the rainy weather. Thanks for the citation, I will look that map up (I need to read the book too!!! ;D). Till next time :D"
May 28, 2010
Chuck Krepley and razyn are now friends
May 28, 2010
Chuck Krepley left a comment for Lucas Bowman
"Lucas - It was great hanging out with you at The Ferry. What a great weekend, huh? I looked in "Carry Me Back - The Domestic Slave Trade in American Life" (author: Steven Deyle) for the maps Greg mentioned. There is only one map in the…"
May 25, 2010
Grace Morsberger left a comment for Chuck Krepley
"Thanks, Chuck! It was nice to meet you, too. I really enjoyed the weekend and am becoming a convert to early banjo! I'm looking forward to future early banjo gatherings."
May 25, 2010
Chuck Krepley left a comment for Grace Morsberger
"Hi Grace! It was good to meet you at The Ferry over the weekend. Welcome to the site!"
May 25, 2010
Tim Twiss left a comment for Chuck Krepley
"Hey Chuck. Much, much thanks in advance. I have been using the "Gettysburg" Omnibus a lot, both to disover new material, and also to reference source material for known banjo pieces. What are some audio recommendations for 19th century…"
Dec 13, 2009
Chuck Krepley left a comment for Carl Anderton
"Well, it turns out that Volume 7 of the Musician's Omnibus was lurking in my collection of originals. It's the same publisher (Elias Howe, 88 Court Street) and the exact same typographical format inside. The copyright date is 1882. The…"
Dec 13, 2009
Chuck Krepley left a comment for Tim Twiss
"Greg & Tim, Well, it turns out that Volume 7 of the Musician's Omnibus was lurking in my collection of originals. It's the same publisher (Elias Howe, 88 Court Street) and the exact same typographical format inside. The copyright date…"
Dec 13, 2009

Comment Wall (11 comments)

At 8:53pm on June 8, 2009, Tim Twiss said…
Hi Chuck, and welcome to the group. I'm glad you're here, and we look forward to your contribution and insight into the banjo's bedfellow, the fiddle. Take some time to lurk around, and when you are ready, let's look at some tunes.
At 11:45pm on June 8, 2009, John Masciale said…
Chuck, welcome to our forum
At 10:05am on June 10, 2009, Lucas Bowman said…
Hah! He definitely has! Ive acquired a banjo and have begun to learn these twisted tunes too. Hows the mid-Atlantic been treatin ya?!
At 10:03pm on June 11, 2009, Carl Anderton said…
Tim Bender!! He made all my hats. Top quality.

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At 11:12pm on July 26, 2009, Kyle (Cuffie) Pretzl said…
ha ha NO I don't wanna be your friend! Nah just kiddin. And I feel REAL bad about forgettin the bones. I'll get that framed print to you along with the bones in the mail asap!
At 8:51am on August 5, 2009, Tim Twiss said…
Hi Chuck. You have to scan it and save as a JPEG. or PDF. file. You then upload to photos or add it as a file in a discussion.
At 8:44pm on December 13, 2009, Tim Twiss said…
Hey Chuck. Much, much thanks in advance. I have been using the "Gettysburg" Omnibus a lot, both to disover new material, and also to reference source material for known banjo pieces.
What are some audio recommendations for 19th century fiddle stylings?
tt
At 10:01am on May 25, 2010, Grace Morsberger said…
Thanks, Chuck! It was nice to meet you, too. I really enjoyed the weekend and am becoming a convert to early banjo! I'm looking forward to future early banjo gatherings.
At 10:03am on May 28, 2010, Lucas Bowman said…
Oi! It was a wonderful weekend, despite the rainy weather. Thanks for the citation, I will look that map up (I need to read the book too!!! ;D). Till next time :D
At 9:26am on July 25, 2011, Ian Bell said…

Hi Chuck,

I haven't forgotten about coping those old Elias Howe fiddle books for you. I'm going to see if I can scan them into a PDF. Once it's August I'll have a little more time for this sort of thing.

Ian

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